Category: Tradeshows

AdLink OMAP4430/OMAP4460 Android Set-top-box

Posted by – June 11, 2012

This is perhaps one of the first makers to use the TI OMAP4430 and later OMAP4460 in a set-top-box.


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DMP GPU, Digital Media Professionals Inc at Computex 2012

Posted by – June 11, 2012

They are the GPU used in for example the ARM Powered Nintendo 3DS.


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Solowheel, one-wheeled self-balancing segway-style transportation wheel

Posted by – June 11, 2012

This is kind of like a mono-wheel segway without a handle.

Ansa Android POS/Video-over-IP phones

Posted by – June 11, 2012


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BlueStacks Android apps support on Windows

Posted by – June 11, 2012

Tokyo Electron Device Co Ltd demonstrates Android apps support on Windows.


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TechNexion ARM modules

Posted by – June 8, 2012


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OMAP5 demonstrations at Computex 2012

Posted by – June 7, 2012

At Computex 2012, Texas Instruments is showing off the OMAP5 Development Platform, showing its fast GPU performance vs the iPad3, showing its fast web browser performance, showing 1080p 60fps high bitrate video playback and more.

Texas Instruments shows Wi-Fi Miracast wireless display

Posted by – June 7, 2012

This is TI showing support for the Wi-Fi Alliance’s mirroring technology, for users to beam the content on their phones, tablets and laptops to a screen using WiFi.

Texas Instruments OMAP4470 supporting Dolby Surround Sound

Posted by – June 7, 2012

TI now also shows Dolby Surround support on the OMAP4 platform.

Windows 8 RT on a $68 7″ VIA 8850 ARM Cortex-A9 Tablet by Eken

Posted by – June 7, 2012

Check out Windows 8 on a $68 VIA 8850 Powered 7″ capacitive tablet! (just a home replacement) What is the difference in performance and potential features between an optimized Android Home Replacement and a “real” native Windows RT machine?

I think it is obviously meaningless for Microsoft to insist on making Windows 8 a separate closed/proprietary/incompatible ecosystem to Android. And it’d be even more wrong if Microsoft wants to forbid tablet and laptop makers to dual-boot Android with Windows RT.


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